Recorded in 1910, Arthur Pryor's Band's version of William Tell is one of several recorded by this group. This version is concatenated from Victor 12" black label Catalog # 35120-A and B and 35121-A and B. See the Wikipedia article here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Pryor As an added bonus, we have the 1916 recording of Fritz Kreisler's Caprice Viennois. There are plenty of reissues of this around, but here's the original, scratches and all. Topics: Arthur Pryor's Band, William Tell Overture
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Mangled version of William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini, original snippets taken from a wax cylinder recording, added bass, guitars, electric piano and some noise. Has a few free form afro cuban jazz breaks and some eastern congo blues chants at the end. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: william tell overture, techno, mashup, guitar, instrumental
Comedian Stan Freberg's Jeno's Pizza Rolls commercial, which was a spoof of the "Show Us Your Lark" cigarette commercials, which also utilized The William Tell Overture. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: classic tv commercial, Stan Freberg, The Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Barney...